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Experimental investigation of a page-oriented Lippmann "holographic" data storage system

Gilles Pauliat 1 Kevin Contreras 1
1 Laboratoire Charles Fabry de l'Institut d'Optique / Manolia
LCFIO - Laboratoire Charles Fabry de l'Institut d'Optique
Abstract : Lippmann photography is a more than one century old interferometric process invented for recording colored images in thick black and white photographic emulsions. After a comparison between this photographic process and Denisyuk holography, we feature some hints to apply this technique to high density data storage by wavelength multiplexing in a page-oriented approach in thick media. For the first time we experimentally investigate this approach. We anticipated that this storage architecture should allow capacities as large as for conventional holography
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Gilles Pauliat, Kevin Contreras. Experimental investigation of a page-oriented Lippmann "holographic" data storage system. Optical Data Storage 2010, May 2010, Boulder, United States. pp.773004. ⟨hal-00554909⟩

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